Savannah-Chatham County Public School System

SCCPSS Meal Plan Moves to Once a Week Delivery for the Remainder of the School Year

Published on: 4/23/2020

​The SCCPSS Meal Delivery Plan continues while schools are closed.  Beginning the week of April 27th, SCCPSS will move to a once a week delivery plan.  Each week the delivery schedule may be adjusted to avoid deliveries on a day when inclement weather is expected.  Monitor the District’s website for regular updates.

For the week of April 27th, meals will be distributed on Tuesday, April 28th at more than 400 bus stops across the county.  On that day, students will receive five days of meals – a breakfast and a lunch for Tuesday through Monday excluding the weekend. The change to a once a week delivery is being made based on staffing and efficiency.  Meals provided have a shelf life and should be stored appropriately.

While there is a “shelter-at-home” order in effect for the City of Savannah, families may proceed to the stops for the purpose of receiving food, an essential need. 

Visit this link at SCCPSS.com for a complete list of meal delivery locations and times. 

Visit this link for next week’s delivery schedule at a glance.

Simply look for the route departing from the school closest to you to find your nearest stop and time.  For any questions or concerns about Meal Stops, families should call the District’s Transportation Line at 912-395-5591.

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